Good news 💢💥💫👏👏👏for our young people 16-19-year-olds. Thames Valley Police Discovery Event. Please Sign up using the link below and remember to share widely with people from *Reading, Slough, Maidenhead, Windsor, and surrounding areas.
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Thanks for making this invaluable career opportunity possible! Together, let’s continue to inspire the dreams of our youth, nurturing future generations of law enforcement professionals and fostering unity and peace within our communities.
Today, we discussed exciting initiatives and partnership discussions! @Liverpool_CFATogether, we are working towards inclusivity, empowerment and tackling mental health issues through football to fight isolation and loneliness.
We met with @EvertonEverton FC’ charitable arm, The People’s Place. The staff were amazing and presented a very comprehensive and impressive mental health awareness project -Ahead of the Game. We also discussed our passion for addressing mental health and isolation issues.
Young People Capacity Building tomorrow’s topic is the Alcohol and Drug Awareness Session. *Time: 8 March 2023 06:30 PM to 8.30 PM London* Join Zoom Meeting
It is tonight 6.30pm you are officially invited to our *BOWEL CANCER AWARENESS SESSION* Please register via Eventbrite and share widely with your friends and network, and do not forget to invite your loved ones.
Today is our last day accepting applications for our young people to attend @Merseyside Police summer work placemen Please email email@example.com before 5 pm today if your son, daughter or a friend would like to attend. Please note only two spaces remaining
It is tonight’s virtual Young People Capacity Building Training session What is Leadership? Four Pillars of Self-Leadership Who am I? – The Law of Awareness and The Law of the Mirror Building yourself for leadership Meeting ID: 870 2263 2314 Passcode: 572574
Tonight our session is Mental Health Awareness as we celebrate May as the month of Mental Health. Let’s work together to promote mental health awareness and support those struggling. Together, we can make a difference.” “Remember, it’s okay not to be okay.”